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From J. T. to John or Mary Fletcher at [Madeley]. Although J. T. accepts that Fletcher has seen, felt and experienced far more and is much better qualified to communicate spiritual experience, yet J. T. feels that he should also contribute his mite. Fletcher's letter arrived and since that time, and indeed, since Fletcher's visit, J. T. has often dwelled on what his friend said and wrote, despite the many difficulties under which he has been labouring. Spiritual matters are discussed in detail

Sarah Taylor and her brother, who are both in good health, send their love, as does J. T.'s wife